ACEEE's National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource
As federal standards for lighting improve, many utilities and program administrators are looking at their energy efficiency portfolios and wondering “what’s next”? At our recent Energy Efficiency as a Resource conference in Minneapolis, we put that question to leaders from each of the regional energy efficiency organizations or REEOs.
ACEEE’s 2017 National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource, held October 30-November 1 near Phoenix, Arizona, explored several emerging areas in the field, such as the health-related benefits of saving energy. This ninth biennial ACEEE “EER” Conference, like prior ones since 2001, featured a packed agenda. ACEEE has posted all the presentations on our web site, available for free public access.
Energy Efficiency is Growing Faster than Kudzu: Takeaways from this Year’s Energy Efficiency as a Resource Conference
On September 22-24, ACEEE brought our 7th National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource to the South for the first time, in Nashville, Tennessee. The timing proved fortuitous in view of the activities in Southern states such as Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. We established an all-time record attendance of nearly 450 people, with many first-time attendees at our conference coming from the region.